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Hawaii wants ban on smokable hemp with new rules sent to governor

The Hawaii Legislature has approved a bill that aligns its hemp testing with federal law and joins other states in banning smokable hemp and CBD-infused edibles. Lawmakers sent the bill to Democratic Gov. David Ige on Friday. The bill also prohibits hemp from being processed with 500 feet “of a pre-existing playground, school, state park, state recreation area, residential neighborhood, hospital, or daycare facility.” Federal law governing hemp cultivation doesn’t include setbacks for where to grow the plant. Hemp farmers say that smokable hemp flower commands a market premium and is popular with consumers, but several states have announced plans to ban its production, including Iowa, Texas and Louisiana. ...

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Canadian and Spanish hemp companies team up to distribute CBG in Canada

A Canadian biotechnology hemp company is entering an agreement with a Spanish company to produce and distribute a THC-free, high -CBG variety of the plant in Canada.Ottawa-based Cannabis Orchards’ partnership with Hemp Trading to get the hemp variety, called Panakeia, into the Canadian market comes after “successful distribution” of it in the United States, the company told Hemp Industry Daily.CBG is part of a group of novel or minor cannabinoids, which also include CBN, CBD-V and others. They’re in high demand because few growers are producing them.Like CBD, minor cannabinoids are nonintoxicating and can be used in topicals, edibles, beverages and even smokable flower.The CBG content of Panakeia is 18%, according to the companies. One of the purported benefits of CBG is that it relieves...

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Canadian MJ firm settles hemp joint venture in time for 2020 production

A Canadian marijuana company planning to start hemp production, Pac Roots Cannabis Corp., has settled a joint venture in British Columbia in time to grow and sell hemp products in 2020. Pac Roots announced the joint venture with privately held Rock Creek Farms on Tuesday. The new company is called the Outdoor Premium Hemp Joint Venture Co., which is growing hemp on 100 acres. The joint venture is 60% owned by Pac Roots, which is spending $450,000 on the deal, and 40% owned by Rock Creek Farms, which contributed two commercial leases for the growing space, plus cultivation equipment The joint venture says that approximately 42,500 hemp seedlings have been planted across 35 acres. The plants are being grown for CBD production. Pac Roots trades on the Canadian Securities Exchange...

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South Dakota works on submitting plan to USDA for cultivating hemp

South Dakota is closer to submitting a final proposal to regulate hemp to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, but it’s likely a framework won’t be in place for this growing season. South Dakota officials sent a draft plan Thursday for the USDA’s review before a final submission, KELOLAND News reported. State Department of Agriculture spokeswoman JaCee Aaseth said the department is not only working on a final plan, but also staffing the program, and crafting administrative rules. She said there’s no specific timeline for when the state would start accepting applications to cultivate hemp. To date, the USDA has approved 17 state plans. Some 22 states, including one (Montana) that has received USDA approval for its 2020 plans, are operating under the 2014 pilot research program for the...

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